Jack Bloomfield (November 20, 1899 – 1961) was an English light heavyweight professional boxer, whose birth name was Sol Blumenfeld, and who was also known as "Basking" Jack Bloomfield during his career. He took part in the first ever boxing event to be held at Wembley Stadium. He lived in Isling...
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[baseball] Gordon Leigh "Jack" Bloomfield (born August 7, 1932, at Monte Alto, Texas) is an American former infielder, scout and coach in professional baseball. Bloomfield attended Pan American College, batted left-handed, threw right-handed, and stood 6 feet 2 inches (1.9 m) tall and weighe...
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Jack Branfield (born Gillingham, 25 October 1891) was an English association football goalkeeper. He played professionally for Gillingham, making over 50 appearances, and was in goal for the club`s first ever match in the Football League in 1920. ...
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Jack Broomfield was a leader of the African American community in Omaha, Nebraska in the early 20th century. ==About== After Dr. Matthew Ricketts left Omaha in 1903, Jack Broomfield stepped into the position of the political leader of Omaha`s African American community. Broomfield was an ex-Pullman...
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Jack Butterfield (August 1, 1919 – October 16, 2010) was a professional ice hockey administrator and the long-time president of the American Hockey League, serving the longest tenure of any AHL executive (28 years, from 1966 to 1994). After his retirement as president, he served as the AHL`s Chai...
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[footballer] Jack Butterfield (born August 30, 1922) is an English former professional association football player who played as a defender. He made three appearances in the Football League in the 1947–1948 season before being forced to retire due to an injury. ...
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Jack Canfield (born August 19, 1944) is an American motivational speaker and author. He is best known as the co-creator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul book series, which currently has nearly 200 titles and 112 million copies in print in over 40 languages. According to USA Today, Chicken Soup for ...
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Jack Coombs Field
Jack Coombs Field is a baseball stadium in Durham, North Carolina, USA. It is the on-campus home field of the Duke University Blue Devils college baseball teams. As of the 2011 season, Duke uses Coombs Field for all weekday games and Durham Bulls Athletic Park for weekend games. The stadium holds 2...
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Patching system often used in sound systems to allow more flexible connection of the various components.
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John Proctor Fifield (1871–1939) was a Major League Baseball pitcher. ...
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John Gatenby "Jack" Hatfield (15 August 1893–30 March 1965) was a competitive swimmer, who won medals for Great Britain in the early Olympic Games. Jack Hatfield, one of the best known British swimmers in history, was born in Great Ayton in 1893. He started swimming at the age of five, by the age...
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Jack Kornfield (born 1945) is a teacher in the vipassana movement of American Theravada Buddhism. He trained as a Buddhist monk in Thailand, Burma and India, including as a student of the Thai monk Ajahn Chah. He has taught meditation worldwide since around 1974. == Biography == After graduating fr...
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Jack Newfield (February 18, 1938 - December 20, 2004) was a muckraking journalist, employed by The Village Voice, the Daily News and the New York Post. He covered the emergence of the New Left and the civil rights movement, and was a close friend of Robert F. Kennedy. ==Career in journalism== Born ...
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Jack Schofield is a British technology journalist and former Computer Editor for The Guardian newspaper, for whom he started writing a weekly computer column in 1983. He joined the staff to launch the newspaper`s computer section in 1985. Schofield was also one of The Guardians first bloggers, laun...
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[footballer] John "Jack" Schofield was an English professional footballer who played as a wing half. ...
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Jack Sheffield (born Jack Linley, 1945 in Leeds) is a British author who wrote a series of books of fiction about the headmaster of a village school in a fictional Yorkshire village. The stories are set from the late 1970s to the early 1980s and attempt to portray life in Yorkshire as it was at tha...
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John "Jack" Stanfield (born May 30, 1942 in Toronto, Ontario) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey forward who played a single game in the National Hockey League for the Chicago Black Hawks. He would also play 112 games in the World Hockey Association with the Houston Aeros. Was one of the...
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Jack Whitfield (23 March 1892 – 26 December 1927) was a Welsh international rugby union hooker who played club rugby for Newport and club rugby for Monmouthshire. He was an extremely powerful scrummager, but was not seen as skillful as the pre-war players produced by Wales. ==Rugby career== As a ...
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John "Jack" William Winfield (27 October 1907 – January 1991) was an English long-distance runner who competed in the 1930 British Empire Games. He was born in Stanley Common. At 1930 Empire Games he won the bronze medal in the 3 miles event. In the 6 miles competition he finished seventh. ...
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Jackfield is a village in Shropshire, England, bordering the small town of Broseley. ==Location== It lies on the south bank of the River Severn, in the Ironbridge Gorge, and opposite the village of Coalport. Jackfield is in both the Telford and Wrekin Council area and the Shropshire Council area of...
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Ceramics imitation of Japanese lacquer ware initially produced at Jackfield in Shropshire from c. 1750. It is also known as japanned ware and is covered in a glossy black glaze with gilded decoration. It was also produced by astbury, whieldon and wedgwood
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Jackie Hatfield (July 5, 1962 - November 2, 2007) was an artist, writer, and academic. According to the influential artist-led no.w.here website: "Jackie Hatfield is an artist and writer who makes expanded and participatory cinematic artworks using digital video, performance, sound and digital prin...
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Jackie Overfield (born 14 May 1932) is an English former professional footballer who played as a left winger. ==Career== Born in Leeds, Overfield played for Yorkshire Amateur, Leeds United, Sunderland, Peterborough United and Bradford City. ...
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